Design: BIG + Heatherwick Studio – Bjarke Ingels and Thomas Heatherwick
“Bringing the design team together from Heatherwick Studio and BIG means we’ve developed even more exciting solutions that neither would have arrived at alone and we look forward to making them a reality.”
Lancashire County Council, in partnership with Preston Youth Zone, is running an international competition to develop designs for a new youth zone and public space on the site of Preston Bus Station. The architecture competition will be managed by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) on behalf of the County Council and Youth Zone.
The building is situated in a dense urban area, with a poor road network and practically non-exist and open space. As to obtain the solar, the old market was demolished, this being an obsolete structure, with the aim of re-using the place in a more intensive way.
Whitechapel Vision has garnered more praise – this time at the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards.
Following its ‘silver’ win at the national Planning Awards in November, Whitechapel Vision is now following up with yet more awards – nominated for the Excellence in Plan Making Practice Award.
The project is a skilful response by the architects to the client’s rather, complex brief to design a multi-functional Public Space, which could include variety of programs like relaxing zone, waiting zone, transition zone, and a meeting zone.
The character of Lane Cove may be seen to involve an engagement with the landscape and greening of a suburb, with a subdivision pattern that resulted in individual houses on land blocks of a little less than 1000sqm.
There was a major step forward in the restoration of the Mackintosh Building today, Tuesday 31 March 2015, as The Glasgow School of Art announced the appointment of a design team led by Page \ Park Architects.
Designed to develop an architectural language that would ‘sustain’ and ‘survive’ the impacts of new age challenges, and evolve into an architectural language of the future – taking sustainability one step ahead. The IATA 2014 will carry extraordinary eminence to your work. The judges will award Three winners in each Category.
In a study put together by famed arctic behavioural scientist Professor Ross Bight on behalf of Gala, the results showed that of the subjects who participated, over 76% performed better across a variety of casino based games in colder conditions.
Designs were unveiled in Toronto recently for ‘The One’, an 80-storey mixed-use tower on a prominent downtown site at One Bloor West, which pioneers a new model of vertical retail in the city. At 318 m it will be Toronto’s second tallest building and combines a residential tower with a retail base.
In 2015, the Jury, formed by leaders of the architecture and design fields selected 3 winners and 15 honorable mentions. eVolo Magazine received 480 projects from all continents. Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture.